Letter of the Week Snack: G is for Green

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Hi, everyone!  It’s Chrissy from The Taylor House, I am so excited to be here at Crystal & Comp to share some fun Letter snack ideas with you.  This is week seven of our Letter of the Week Snack ideas for preschoolers and this week is the letter “G”. 

Letter of the week snacks are a great way to start introducing letters to your kids at a young age by sharing the alphabet with them in a fun and unique way.  What child wouldn’t love to have fun snacks like these?

Another great idea is to use these snacks in your kids classrooms or if you homeschool.  Have them coordinate their snack with the letter they are learning that week.  I think a teacher would love this idea and having another way to incorporate the letter into their lesson plan.

You can also use these snacks during the summer months as unique snack ideas for your kids. 

Today we are focusing on the letter G and the word Green.  I have created a Green Crispy Rice snack idea for kids. 

How To Make The Letter Of  The Week Green Snack

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Materials you will need:

  • Crispy Rice Cereal
  • Marshmallows
  • Butter
  • Sprinkles
  • Food Coloring

Letter of the Week Step by Step Tutorial:

Step 1 – Place 10 ounces of marshmallows and 1 Tablespoon of Butter in a microwave safe bowl and microwave for about a minute

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Step 2 – Mix the marshmallows and butter together until smooth and add 6 cups of crispy rice and green food coloring.

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Step 3 – Spread into a 9 x 13 pan and top with green sprinkles. Enjoy!

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I hope you have enjoyed this G is for Green Snack idea for this weeks snack!  These would be a cute treat for St. Patrick’s Day or Christmas too! 

You can also find Letter of the Week Crafts here at Crystal & Comp to coordinate with your Letter of the Week Snacks.

Letter of the Week Crafts:

You can also find Letter of the Week Crafts here at Crystal & Comp to coordinate with your Letter of the Week Snacks.

Letter of the Week Snacks:

Chrissy Taylor is a wife, Mom, blogger and property manager. She and her husband of 15 years are raising two active boys in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota. Chrissy enjoys blogging about cooking, crafts, gifts and household tips.

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  1. Are there letter of the week crafts for J-Z?.. I love them, they are soo cute!

    1. For the snacks, we have A-G done so far and we add a new letter of the week snack each week.

      We also have letter of the week crafts as well that are perfect alphabet activities for preschoolers. We have letters A-I done and each Tuesday a new craft is introduced until we make it to the letter Z.

      Just search the tag Letter of the Week and you will see all of the crafts. Or, click on the educational section of the Nav Bar and you will see the Letter of the Week Activities there as well.

  2. Great recipe! Just wanted to make you aware that under the steps with the pictures where you are supposed to add the rice crispys it says add 6 cups of butter instead of 6 cups of rice crispys.

    1. Thanks for bringing that to our attention, Kelsie. We fixed it.

  3. Marie Oliveira says:

    Great idea to introduce letters! Thanks so much for linking this up with Pin It Tuesdays! Hope you will come back and link up next week!

  4. Great snack and so festive! Happy St. Patrick’s Day and thanks for sharing at Foodie Friday!

  5. Great and fun snack, even the big kids will have fun with this one! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday, it is so nice to have you with us today. Have a great weekend and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  6. Thaleia (@Something2Offer) says:

    I was expecting asparagus or green beans or Brussels sprouts, lol. No not really! Thanks for sharing and I know I will see you again this week at Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop!

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